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Rise, the Corporate Führer

Issue 12 has been released in full and features a series of Wallace essays that broadly explain the evolution of today’s economic power structures.

The cover parallels corporate behavior to the Nazi war machine. Also included are Casper’s wave encryption theory, interviews with First Aid Kit, Grandaddy, and a review of GreenZine #12. Note our new 5"x7" format and redesign. Click here to order.



Stewart Smith
Tuesday, 09 September 2003

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